Often, the coach is aware of the stories of the group. When a child discloses information, they can speak on behalf of other children opening an environment of group council (Gordon, Thevenard, & Hodis, 2012) or in other cases, speak to the coach given the relationship is well enough formed.

When space is held for self-reflection, children find their voice which can lead to further self-discovery such as identifying their strengths and weaknesses and enrichen their skills in social-awareness through listening to other children’s experiences.

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